Don't try to slide the adapter into the opening from the top.
Burton, indeed, hailed the adapter of Omar Khayyam as a "fellow Sufi."
Longfellow is an adapter, a translator, a simple-hearted man.
This we should of course expect from an adapter of existing 'prophecies.'
These reveal Shakespeare undisguisedly as an adapter of plays by other hands.
The prism and eye-piece are then rotated together in the adapter.
Perhaps in his case the gifts of imagination and invention were sometimes dulled because he was to such a great extent an adapter.
Did the adapter of the fifth book sign his work in this indirect fashion?
I jot down a rough idea of my notion in dramatic form for the consideration of the adapter of the piece, Mr. Robert Buchanan.
The author of these pieces is no mere translator, but an adapter who weaves other matter into his free imitation of his originals.
adapter a·dapt·er or a·dap·tor (ə-dāp'tər)
One that adapts.
A connecting part that joins two pieces of apparatus.
A converter of electric current to a desired form.